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Feb 2, 2013 4:10pm EST
effort, and i think this should be extended, not just to immigrants who are educated in the u.s., but highly skilled immigrants from other countries. >> lawyers as well? >> some lawyers. he is a lawyer two times over, and i think the u.s. is better by having him here. bigger and better reform for skilled immigrants, not just for stem but other highly skilled immigrants, which is being contemplated by separate senate bill going forward that would increase visa's for highly skilled workers. it is up about 215,000 from the present limit. both bills, i think should go beyond that, and make large numbers of easily obtainable and plymouth-based green cards available for for an educated workers who pass security and health checks, allowing portability for the visa and allowing -- and diminishing the role of foreign sponsorship going forward. the blueprint says that once a guest worker program that works, but also supports increased regulations for visas. the problem is the current visa programs for lower skilled workers, especially farm workers, are so over-regulated that farmers refus
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